Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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The Warehouse team pursues an artifact collector who is trying to gather together sculptures of the four elements thinking they will enable him to find the secret to obtaining god-like powers.

Director:

Ken Girotti

Writers:

D. Brent Mote (created by) (as Brent Mote), Jane Espenson (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Eddie McClintock ... Pete Lattimer
Joanne Kelly ... Myka Bering
Saul Rubinek ... Artie Nielsen
Genelle Williams ... Leena
Simon Reynolds ... Daniel Dickenson (credit only)
Allison Scagliotti ... Claudia Donovan
James Naughton ... Gilbert Radburn
Joe Flanigan ... Jeff Weaver
Tyler Hynes ... Joshua Wheeler
Catherine Burdon ... Jackie
Caleb Verzyden Caleb Verzyden ... Lacell
Billy Parrott ... Watkins
Gregory 'Dominic' Odjig Gregory 'Dominic' Odjig ... Hooded Figure (as Gregory Dominic Odjig)

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Storyline

The Warehouse team pursues an artifact collector who is trying to gather together sculptures of the four elements thinking they will enable him to find the secret to obtaining god-like powers.

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Trivia

The line "Hey, Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat" is from "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show." See more »

Goofs

In the closing credits, Tyler Hynes' character is erroneously shown as Joshua Wheeler (the characters' last name is not mentioned in this episode). In all other appearances he is known as Joshua Donavan, older brother of series regular Claudia Donavan. See more »

Quotes

Jeff Weaver: This sculpture is the next target, so please, let me move it to a secure location.
Pete Lattimer: Alright well hold on
[Holds Secret Service Badge to his ear]
Pete Lattimer: Whats that badgey? Hmmm? Well ok. Sorry, badgey says we stay with the sculpture.
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Connections

References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

Soundtracks

Warehouse 13 End Credits
Written by Edward Rogers
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Development Of Character Is The Key To This Warehouse
5 August 2009 | by Patriotlad@aol.comSee all my reviews

This Warehouse 13 science-fiction is more like a Lotus blossom, than a rose, in that it floats on the water and draws nourishment from the pond of our willingness to believe. Episode by episode, the main characters give up a little more of the back-story, their histories, and we are getting to know them as if they are our friends.

To that point, the addition of the Wild Child -- Claudia, played very well by Allison Scagliotti -- is rather like drawing a trump card in an obscure card game. It is nice to get it but then the question becomes, how does one play that trump card, and when ? The way forward in playing an obscure game of cards is simple: keep playing it and playing it again, as every game that was ever popular has its own rules and therefore its own dynamics. And this is a very dynamic science-fiction series, with its own rules.

In truth, 'getting' this series has required viewing each episode at least twice, and perhaps that is a nuisance to some or many fans of science-fiction, but then this is not some 'cookie cutter' fiction and the investment of time watching has paid handsome dividends so far. My sense is that it will continue to pay those dividends, as these episodes unfurl. Some comments on the show have noted that the actress who plays Myka has managed to get hired on other series which have been canceled. True, her character is not my personal favorite in The Warehouse, but shows get canceled for lots of reasons, and rarely is the performance or lack of performance of one actor in one role the key reason for the failure. Besides that, "Pete" more than makes up for any real or any perceived deficiency in this show's dynamic duo.

In an odd way, the seeming lack of chemistry between the two agents is rather realistic and even charming, as the mysterious Mrs. Frederick is charming, while being both spooky and yet practical. Her best line so far is -- "we are the authorities".

Stick with this fine show, there's more dividends to come.


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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 August 2009 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Dolby Digital | DTS (5.1 surround)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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